Keith Grant is a PhD Candidate in history at the University of New Brunswick, writing a dissertation, “Textual Affections: Book culture, religious networks, and emotional communities in British North America, ca. 1770-1850.” His research is supported by a SSHRC Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship, and by a Lapidus-Omohundro Fellowship in Transatlantic Print Culture. He teaches courses on early North American and religious history.
Denis McKim (PhD, 2011, University of Toronto) teaches history at Douglas College (BC), and studies the intellectual, political, and religious history of British North America from the Conquest to Confederation. He is at work on a book manuscript, “Boundless Dominion: Providence, Politics, and the Early Canadian Presbyterian Worldview, 1815-1875,” based on his doctoral dissertation.
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